Skip Trace by Kelly Jensen and Jenn Burke

This is the 3rd Chaos Station book! I haven’t reviewed the first two here, but I enjoyed them and obviously kept reading the series. The first book is a second-chance lovers romance, with scifi thriller stuff! There’s super soldiers, a government conspiracy, outer space shenanigans, aliens, secrets, and kissing. And the second book builds off various plot-related repercussions in the …

Weekly reading, vol. 16

Howdy! That was some break, there. It worked out great for me, though, as I think I finally got some of my blogging mojo back. I’m gonna try this weekly round-up thing again and see if I can stick to it. Meanwhile, I have been (semi) active on Twitter and VERY active on Goodreads, so if y’all want to follow …

Sheepfarmer’s Daughter, Deryni Rising, Book of Enchantments

I’ve successfully inventoried the ENTIRE LIBRARY, by MYSELF, in a little over a week, on part-time hours! I’m super proud of myself and also kinda brain-dead; all I’ve been doing lately is watching TV shows on Hulu and vaguely thinking about reading a book sometime maybe. How have y’all been? I’ve been wanting to read an Elizabeth Moon book FOREVER, …

The Second Mango, The Money Book, The Franchise Affair

The Second Mango – Shira Glassman A newly-crowned queen and a lady knight go on an adventure to find the queen a girlfriend, and on the way end up rescuing a bunch a people and defeating an evil wizard. It’s super fluffy and super adorable! Everybody is Jewish and the queen has food allergies and it’s great. And for about …

The Dragon and the Pearl by Jeannie Lin

I adore historical fiction romances and I’ve been wanting to get away from Regency England (which is usually just all white people, anyway). The Dragon and the Pearl is set in the Tang Dynasty in China (618–907 AD) and it stars a bad boy general and an ex-courtesan. Usually I am not into concubines OR bad boys, but the ones …

Cinder by Marissa Meyer

Sometimes I am an ornery reader. Sometimes, when a book is super popular, and everybody’s talking about it everywhere, it makes me want to NOT read the book. I’m not sure why; it’s kind of annoying because by the time I DO read it (and I like it), everyone’s moved on and I have nobody to talk about it with. …